Kerb Crawlers, Teaser Trailer.
Here is some genre news from my home country. Welsh, independent filmmaker James Plumb along with his production team Mad Science Films LTD. unleash a new teaser trailer for their upcoming found footage offering, Kerb Crawlers. One of the most active horror film companies in Wales, Cardiff based Mad Science Films describe their third feature film as a mix of the popular found footage format with a retro exploitation style. With that combination Kerb Crawlers sounds very experimental, promising to deliver plenty of shocks and hopefully something different in comparison to what the majority of filmmakers do with the increasingly common found footage sub-genre. Below is a press release directly from James Plumb, with a link to the film’s teaser trailer, providing a short taster of what’s to come. With a dark tone and impressive looking cinematography, Kerb Crawlers looks like an all out gritty British horror that pulls no punches. Here at Hayley’s Horror Reviews I wish the team all the best with the feature and look forward to future developments with the project. #SupportWelshIndieHorror.
Mad Science Films, the Cardiff-based production company behind NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: RESURRECTION and SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT: THE HOMECOMING, are pleased to unveil the very first teaser trailer for their found footage exploitation shocker, KERB CRAWLERS.
Produced by Louise Lynch, KERB CRAWLERS is the third feature film to be directed by James Plumb, who co-wrote the script with award-winning writer David Melkevik. Cinematography was handled by Victoria Rodway.
Director Plumb had the following to say on the release of the trailer, “After months tinkering away in the lab, we at Mad Science Films are very pleased to be finally unleashing the teaser trailer, poster art and some of the fantastic stills from our third feature film, “Kerb Crawlers”.
We’re releasing this teaser trailer online after running a series of successful secret screenings across the UK. The film itself is a lean, nasty 21st century exploitation film, which we hope will shock and delight viewers in equal measure”.
The synopsis is as follows,
Some footage should not be found… Commissioned to make a depraved snuff movie, five men abduct a young woman to be their plaything for the night. However, once the cameras start rolling, so do heads as they discover their victim belongs to another… something living inside of her… something monstrous. The tables now turned, the men will receive a lesson in true pain and torture as they become the “stars” of the film.
KERB CRAWLERS stars Matthew Batte, Martyn Stallard,Matthew Doman, Lee Bane and Daisy Dior as Ana.
Poster image designed by Needle Design. All stills courtesy of Tallboy Images.
The teaser trailer can be viewed at the below link,
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